Working with Adolescents with Eating Disorders: An Overview for School Psychologists

Posted: December 31, 2016

Program Description

In this experiential workshop, participants will learn the essentials of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and how to apply the cognitive model to disordered eating.  The workshop will highlight evidence-based strategies aimed at facilitating change in client’s thinking and behavior.  An overview of the childhood and adolescent obesity epidemic, and strategies for prevention and intervention will also be addressed.


Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the cognitive model.
  2. Apply the cognitive model to disordered eating.
  3. Identify key cognitions and beliefs that maintain disordered eating.
  4. Increase knowledge of childhood obesity and prevention.

FEE: Members – Free ($75 yearly membership payable to DCASP), Guests – $25 payable at meeting.

For Act 48 credits please register on WebReg/My Learning Plan. The fee for Act 48 credits is $15, which can only be paid online through WebReg/My Learning Plan. If you do not require ACT48 credits, you do not need to register for this event.

Click Here to Register for Act48 Credits.

FOR INFORMATION: Call 215-853-1499 or email:

NOTE:  The Delaware County Association of School Psychologists is approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Psychology to offer continuing education for psychologists. The Delaware County Association of School Psychologists maintains responsibility for the program(s). Certificates for three contact hours will be available.

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